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Fortune Symposium in Southern History. Jacquelyn Hall calls for a new form of writing that questions the tired boundaries of public and private and that "emphasizes not our expertise but our common condition, writing that troubles the boundaries between poetics and politics, memory and history, witnessing and writing, acting and research. In questioning politics, these and other new-thinking historians have opened our eyes to fresh ways of seeing and practicing the art of history.
Peter Winthrop Bardaglio. A re-examination of history through the unique lens of gender Download Plain Text version In recent years an exciting new branch of scholarship has contributed to revising our understanding of politics and history. These papers were presented in at the at the University of Mississippi.
In doing so, she helped to open up vast terrains of women's experiences for historical scholarship. This volume, based on papers presented at the University of Mississippi's annual Chancellor Porter L. Fortune Symposium in Southern History, brings together essays by scholars at the forefront of contemporary scholarship on American women's history.
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